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The bike is not for sell at the moment, but we may need to thin the herd in the near future.
I will wait until Spring if I have to get fair value.

2007 TW200, less than 5K Miles.
Clarke Tank (2.7G), stock tank comes with the bike.
Jimbo Shield
Rear Rack with Duratool box.
Shorai Lithium Battery
Like new tires--the rear tire is a newer ATV. The previous like new tire is also included.

I see bikes like these (without the expensive mods) going for about $2400-$2600. Please advice what would be a fair value.

TIA,
Simba





 

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excellent accessories but with 5000 miles I think the $2400 to $2600 range is about right if you actually want it to sell. If you have the stock tank I would put it back on and sell the Clarke separate. Not everybody knows the Clarke and they don't make the bike "retail pretty" IMO. I would sell the Shorai separate as well and put a stock battery back in it. There are two prime TW200 selling seasons, spring and hunting season which is better than spring and happens to be right now. Good luck with the sale!

btw sell the Jimbo separate as well there are many buyers on this forum for the Jimbo, Clarke & Shorai and your local buyer probably won't appreciate any of them
 

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excellent accessories but with 5000 miles I think the $2400 to $2600 range is about right if you actually want it to sell. If you have the stock tank I would put it back on and sell the Clarke separate. Not everybody knows the Clarke and they don't make the bike "retail pretty" IMO. I would sell the Shorai separate as well and put a stock battery back in it. There are two prime TW200 selling seasons, spring and hunting season which is better than spring and happens to be right now. Good luck with the sale!

btw sell the Jimbo separate as well there are many buyers on this forum for the Jimbo, Clarke & Shorai and your local buyer probably won't appreciate any of them
Thanks. You make good points.
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On very rare occasions will you ever find a buyer who wants or appreciates all the specialty add Ons you did. Sell it here to a member who is familiar with your upgrades and hope for the best return on your efforts. It seems to me that a low mile, pristine and completely stock TW will sell faster and higher than one like yours. Most guys want to do their own upgrades and make their bike in to exactly how they want it.

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Thanks Friends, when I am ready I will list it here first.
Talked to Mrs. Simba (no real dual sport rides with her in 1.5 yrs) but she said she loves her TW200.
My friend has ridden the TW more than she has. Its a great bike to keep around for friends and visitors. (Now the friend got his own DR350 and bought a TW200 for his wife).
All Good,
Simba

a friend on my TW200 on Fins and Things, Moab. A skillful rider can make the T Dub shine. I don't have the skills or the cajones.
 
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